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Emory Physician Assistant Magazine

PAmagSpring 2016 Edition - Click here for a PDF copy

Contents

Caring for Farmworkers: A 20-Year Perspective - Starting in 1996 with eight students and a few donations, the program has grown to over 200 volunteers as it plans for its 20th year.
Fighting Health Care Disparities in South Africa - The Emory University PA Program has played a vital role in guiding the development of the new Clinical Associate program in Johannesburg, South Africa. This program is being established to alleviate the health care provider shortages in rural areas.
Preparing for the Boards: 25 Years and Beyond - To reach broader audiences, the Board Review was first recorded in 2006, and now the 36-CME-hour video course is cloud-based. Last year was the 25th year of the live conference with PAs from 26 states in attendance.
Outstanding PA of the Year: Randy Bundschu -  Randy Bundschu became the first PA at Saint Joseph’s Hospital following his Emory graduation in 1978, blazing the trail for many PAs. Randy has contributed much to the PA profession and to Emory University.
Celebrating Graduation 2015
NHSC Spotlight on Scholars
Alumni Profiles
A View From the Front Lines: Sierra Leone
Emory Updates

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